What can say about this stunning 1920's New York City bride. She is a vision of bridal perfection. Her dress is so beautiful and ethereal, but what is amazing is if you look closely, her dress is actually a short sleeved, light shift almost like a chemise. This seems to be a common theme in the 1920's and they were all so beautiful. There is much more to the veil it seems than the dress. The wrap-around headdress is magnificent with its pearl beading. She is also wearing a long pearl necklace and note her full length lacy gloves.
Unfortunately, this beautiful bride is unidentified which is quite sad; she is probably someone's mother, grandmother or great-grandmother and I'm sure they would love to have this photograph.
The photographer was Speiss of 54 Second Avenue, New York. His technique was excellent in the softness he applied to her face; she is truly a bride for the ages.